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Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools are a group of 7 existing schools in Kazakhstan which will grow rapidly to 20 by 2014. They are state funded and very selective, aiming to educate the future intellectual elite of this prosperous and highly literate country. The schools are currently in the major cities such as Astana, Uralsk, Semey, Kokshetau, Ust-Kamanogorsk, Taldykorgan/Almaty. Uniquely, the children in Nazarbayev Intellectual schools (NIS) are educated in a tri-lingual environment in Kazakh, Russian and English. Most NIS schools are for children aged 12 to 18.

Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS) are a part of a wider programme of educational reform, which includes the establishment of Nazarbayev University, the Centre for Educational Excellence and further initiatives to focus on teacher training and development. Named after the president of the country, NursultanNazarbayev, the NIS schools are intended to change the way education is delivered to gifted and talented secondary (high school) aged children. Besides teaching their subject, teachers involved in this project are also expected to informally mentor local Kazakh teachers and introduce best practice especially with respect to critical thinking and co-curricular activities.

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«Choosing schools»

Date: The 28th of January.

Form: 9 D

Week: Monday

Theme: Choosing schools.

Aims of the lesson: 1.To give pupils some information about British and Kazakh

schools, to speak with pupils about schools.

2. To develop pupils skills and habits in reading, speaking.

3. To enrich pupils’ knowledge.

Visual aids: books, cards, pictures of the schools, interactive board.

Type: New material.

Method: group work, STO technology

Procedure of the lesson

  1. Org moment: Greeting with pupils.

Making of the absentees

  1. Checking home task: Ex 10,12,13 p 99

  2. New material: The name of our new theme is “Choosing schools”. Now we speak about British and Kazakh schools. There are many state and private schools in Britain. Private schools are also called public. The most famous public schools in Britain are Eton and Harrow. Only children whose parents can pay high fees go to these schools. 90 percent of children go to state schools.













Brampton Manor School near to East Ham, Newham, Great Britain

St Luke's Primary School, Elder Road near to West Norwood, Croydon, Great Britain

















Traditional British school





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Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools are a group of 7 existing schools in Kazakhstan which will grow rapidly to 20 by 2014. They are state funded and very selective, aiming to educate the future intellectual elite of this prosperous and highly literate country. The schools are currently in the major cities such as Astana, Uralsk, Semey, Kokshetau, Ust-Kamanogorsk, Taldykorgan/Almaty. Uniquely, the children in Nazarbayev Intellectual schools (NIS) are educated in a tri-lingual environment in Kazakh, Russian and English. Most NIS schools are for children aged 12 to 18.

Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS) are a part of a wider programme of educational reform, which includes the establishment of Nazarbayev University, the Centre for Educational Excellence and further initiatives to focus on teacher training and development. Named after the president of the country, Nursultan Nazarbayev, the NIS schools are intended to change the way education is delivered to gifted and talented secondary (high school) aged children. Besides teaching their subject, teachers involved in this project are also expected to informally mentor local Kazakh teachers and introduce best practice especially with respect to critical thinking and co-curricular activities.

Class sizes are small, between 11 and 22 pupils, and the purpose built schools are new and equipped with student laptops, electronic smart-boards and state of the art facilities.

"Gymnasium № 7 named S. S eifullin Balkhash"



1. 1988-1995 – russian–kazakh school

2. 1998 – regional-experimental area

Theme: “Development of spiritual-cultural sphere”

3. 1995 – secondary Kazakh school

4. 1999-2000 - was appropriated status of gymnasium

(Department of Karaganda region)

5. 2000 – the school was renamed into school-gymnasium named

after Saken Seifullin

6. Teaching language: Kazakh

7. Total area – 7879 m2, Working area – 7317 m2

8. Classrooms – 45





Issyk Kazakh-Turkish high school

Kyzylorda Kazakh-Turkish High School for gifted girls and boys



Process of Education

Kindergarten

The Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan protects the right to access to kindergarten [6] Children typically start kindergarten at age 5. As of 2004, there were 100 kindergartens in the nation (83 public, 4 directly under the Ministry of Education, and 13 private) and 135 856 children enrolled in kindergartens (or 63% of the total number of 5-year and 6-year olds in the nation). All kindergartens are currently expected to teach both Kazakh and Russian, and most emphasize one language over the other.One major problem has been the reduction of the number of kindergartens, due to the lack of state funding and virtually non-existence of private sources of money. There are also reported declines in the quality of kindergartens including a lack of hot meal or low quality food served, and buildings in poor repair.

Primary school

Primary school in Kazakhstan starts at age 6 and runs from years 1 – 5. Classes typically run in two sessions, from 8 until 1 and from 1 until 5, with students either going to class in the morning or in the afternoon. All primary schools are state-owned and primary and secondary education are constitutionally protected rights.4 The curriculum includes x, y and z.

The curriculum for both primary and secondary school is established by the Ministry of Education, with little choice left up to the individual schools. Textbooks are given by government in the schools to the students.

Primary school is provided free to all citizens and residents of Kazakhstan and parents typically pay only for extra-curricular activities such as sports programs, music programs, and sometimes lab equipment or other special equipment.

Lower secondary school

Students continue in lower secondary school from grade 5 to year 9. This roughly corresponds to what is called in the USA, junior high school, or middle school. Typically a student in year 8 is 14–15 years old. The curriculum is a general education curriculum covering subjects like literature, student's first language, Russian or Kazakh language (depending on the language of the school in general), history, physics, mathematics, biology, chemistry, foreign language, and so on.

Higher secondary school

Once leaving lower secondary school, there are three tracks available. Students are free to choose any track of higher secondary education but are required to pursue one track. Graduates of all three tracks are eligible to enter university.The first track is a general secondary school which covers grades 10 -11 and provides general education covering a variety of subjects.

Doing exercises: Pupils let’s do exercises. At first look at the interactive board! Read and discuss these advertisements for independent schools.







Manor school

Independent Boarding School of boys 10 – 17 years

We offer

  • Small classes and qualified staff, much individual attention

  • Good accommodation

  • Good facilities, including a well-equipped computer center, three science laboratories

  • A full games program including rugby, soccer, hockey, swimming, athletics.

Please write or telephone for a copy of the school prospectus




St Luke’s school

Boarding and day school for Boys and Girls

  • Continuous education, 8 – 18 years

  • Entry possible at any age

  • Qualified staff

  • Maximum class size 20 pupils

  • Good family atmosphere

  • Reasonable fee

  • Good sports facilities.


Apply for prospectus: admission officer























Ex.4 p 101 If you wanted to go to private schools which school would you choose? Why?

Exercise 12 complete the sentences
There’s a good library in our school if you want to_______ information.

I couldn’t finish my diploma work because of my health and now I’m____ ____it.

I have two sisters. We all______ with each other.

There are a lot of after- school activities you can ______.

I was ill for two weeks so I ______ with my study.

Don’t stop. ______ reading.

Now we read texts about Traditional British school and Alternative American school.

Traditional British school.

Well, I went to a traditional British public school. I left it four years ago. The school is in the city. It has about 700 students, and it’s mostly a boarding school. There are lots of facilities for sport – tennis courts, a swimming – pool. There are also good science laboratories and lots of computers. The classes are small, so if you fall behind with your work the teacher will help you with it. It may have changed now, but we did a lot of subjects and we even had lessons on Saturday mornings! We had some free afternoons when we could be together. They gave us a lot of homework and we had tests all the time. I remember that afterschool clubs were quite popular. I was in a drama club – we once put on a performance of Hamlet. There are lots of rules and discipline was strict. We could only go out of the school at certain times, and we had to wear a uniform.

Alternative American school

My school was very different from most schools. It was in a lovely old house in a forest. There were only sixty pupils. There weren’t many facilities, but there was a good library if you wanted to look up information or catch up with your work. You won’t believe this, but we didn’t have to go to lessons! And there was no homework or tests, or anything like that, we could do what we wanted to look up information or catch up with your work. You won’t believe this , but we didn’t have to go to lessons! And there was no homework or tests, or anything like that, we could do what we wanted . If we wanted to study , we just went to the teachers and asked them to help us. At first, I was bored! Then I got interested in science and computers, and I studied science with a teacher who I got on with. I liked it so much that now I’m studying engineering at university and I want to go on to do further research. There were lots of other activities at school you could take up if you wanted – sport, painting and acting. The best thing was that we were free, and the school was democratic. Everything was decided at school meetings, and everyone could vote – each student had the same vote as the teachers. We decided all kinds of things – we even chose the teachers! A lot of people don’t believe me, but it worked really well.

  1. Homework: Ex 10 p 103 match the phrasal verbs to their definitions connected with the meanings in the texts. And retell the text.

  2. Conclusion: Giving marks for the lesson.

The lesson is over.

Good – bye pupils.











































































































































Alternative - American School




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